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Your car engine continually burns fuel within the combustion chamber as you drive your vehicle. As a result, carbon deposits are formed in the combustion chambers, catalytic converters, and exhaust ports over a period. These deposits not only affect the engine and overall vehicle efficiency but also lead to emissions of harmful fumes that pose a threat to the environment and the health of people around you. You must keep your engine clean and free of these harmful contaminants to preserve the health of your vehicle.

Majority of the car owners in the UK are used to the age-old technology of engine cleaning in which they use steam or pour a liquid over it to flush the dirt out. While they clean the engine to a certain extent, they are highly inefficient in removing the carbon deposits of the engine, specifically in your vehicle’s fuel and exhaust system.

TerraClean is the revolutionary decarbonising cleaning system that rids the engine of carbon deposits, gums, tars, and varnishes efficiently. Not only does this help you gain optimum performance, but also reduces carbon emissions and improve fuel economy.

Where Do These Carbon Deposits Come From?

Let’s consider a petrol engine for example.

The petrol that you use to drive your vehicle consists of two core components:

Aliphatic fuel: This component has loose molecular structure. Hence, it combusts quickly, leaving very little traces of carbon behind it. The downside of Aliphatic fuel is that even though it burns efficiently, it generates very little power.

Aromatic fuel: This component has tight molecular structure and is much more powerful compared to Aliphatic fuel. Therefore, it does not burn easily, and even when it does, it does not combust entirely due to which it leaves enormous traces of carbon deposits after it is burnt.

In the petrol, aliphatic fuel is blended with potent aromatic fuel to generate power to run the engine. The usage of this blend also leads to increased carbon deposits in the combustion chamber, exhaust ports, catalytic converters, and lambda sensors. Subsequently, there is a build-up of tar and varnishes on inlet valves and ports of fuel injectors and manifold injection engines. Such build-up over time heavily dampens the performance and health of your vehicle.

What Does TerraClean Do?

TerraClean cleans in two stages:

The first stage of cleaning focuses on reducing the number of hydrocarbons created by the unburnt fuel in the exhaust gases. Here the cleansing of the injection system and the inlet valves of the manifold injected engine takes place. This cleansing results in improved fuel pressure, fuel atomization, fuel vapour flow into the engine, subsequently leading to cleaner fuel combustion and reduced hydrocarbons in the engine.

In the second stage, the Aliphatic fuel is passed through the TerraClean Engine, where through a process called “Columbic Fractionation”, it is given a passive negative electric charge. The molecular structure of the fuel is broken down, turning it from liquid to vapour form. The carbon deposits in the engine components have a positive electric charge, hence, are drawn to the negative charge of the vapour to form carbon dioxide that passes out through the exhaust pipe. Thus, the carbon deposits are efficiently removed from your car’s engine. With the cleaner engine, your vehicle will operate efficiently with better-quality emissions and smooth performance.

Diesel Engine

Note that the principle of the cleaning process remains the same for diesel engines as well, though the technology is little different. The TerraClean machine is connected to the diesel engine to decarbonise it during the pre-combustion and post-combustion phase, with results as mentioned above. The TerraClean machine cleans through DPFs (Diesel Particle Filters) and the Exhaust Gas Recirculation System.

Apart from Petrol and Diesel Engine Cleaning, TerraClean System also offers

Induction Cleaning

TerraClean Pressure Induction tool offers an induction cleaning service on Direct Injection Engines. This tool is filled with a special intake valve deposit cleaner, which is used to remove carbon build-up from inlet manifolds and inlet valves. Doing so will improve the airflow and prevent sticking valves. Connect the tool to the inlet manifold through TerraClean mist atomiser to inject the deposit cleaner. You can apply externally controlled pressure through an air supply to pressurise the induction tool for atomization of the deposit cleaner within the manifold. Run the engine and then turn on the TerraClean Pressure Induction tool to initiate the cleaning process. The entire cleaning process should take around 15 to 20 minutes, and your intake valves in the Direct injection Engines will be completely free of carbon deposits.

Visit us at MG Auto Motorsport Ltd in Ripley, Nottinghamshire for TerraClean induction cleaning services for Direct Injection Engines.

DPF Cleaning

DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is a critical part of the exhaust system that is used to remove diesel particulate matter or soot and reduce harmful emissions from the diesel engine. DPFs usually clean themselves through a self-cleaning process called “Regeneration”. However, there have been instances where it fails to clean itself and become clogged up, leading to deterioration of the vehicle’s performance. Replacement of DPF is costly and removing or tampering with it is illegal and can lead to hefty fines. So get your DPF checked and cleaned at the nearest garage as soon as possible.

So, reach out to us at MG Auto Motorsport in Ripley, Nottinghamshire garage and get your diesel car’s DPF cleaned with our TerraClean DPF Cleaning service today.


We, at MG Auto Motorsport, offer TerraClean decarbonising services to all our customers across the Midlands.

If your car needs engine cleaning, get in touch with us today!

Call us: 01773 745 400


Email us: info@mgautos.uk.com


Visit us: Unit 1, Ray Rushin Business Park, Whiteley Road, Ripley, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom.